Nets staff roams Brooklyn to meet neighbors

The team is trying to connect with the people who live, work and serve in the borough.

The team is trying to connect with the people who live, work and serve in the borough. (6/25/15)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn Nets employees are out and about across the borough in order to meet their fans and neighbors. 

The basketball team's office staff and Brooklynettes dancers are visiting 15 different neigbhorhoods, handing out backpacks, towels and T-shirts. 

The goal is to not only promote the team, but also to connect with those who live, work and serve in the borough that the Nets call home. 

Fans are also being given the chance to win season tickets by posting #BKNeighborhood on social media. 

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